Chapman, A. F.*, Hawkins Elder, H.*, & Susilo, T. (2018). How robust is familiar face recognition? A repeat detection study of >1,000 faces. Royal Society Open Science. (* = equal contributions) [pdf]

Susilo, T. (2018). The face specificity of lifelong prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology35(1-2), 1-3. [pdf]

Rezlescu, C., Susilo, T., Wilmer, J., & Caramazza, A. (2017). The inversion, part-whole, and composite effects reflect distinct perceptual mechanisms with varied relationships to face recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43, 1961-1973. [pdf]

Jiahui, G., Garrido, L., Liu, R. R., Susilo, T., Barton, J. J. S., & Duchaine, B. (2017). Normal voice processing after posterior superior temporal sulcus lesion. Neuropsychologia, 105, 215-222. [pdf]

Janik, A. B., Rezlescu, C., Susilo, T., Bray, A., & Banissy, M. J. (2016). Social perception in synaesthesia for colour. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 33(7-8), 378-387. [pdf]

Finzi, R. D., Susilo, T., Barton, J. J. S., & Duchaine, B. (2016). The role of holistic face processing in acquired prosopagnosia: Evidence from the composite face effect. Visual Cognition, 24(4), 304-320.[pdf]

Yang, H., Susilo, T., & Duchaine, B. (2016). The anterior temporal face area contains invariant representations of identity that can persist despite the loss of right FFA and OFA. Cerebral Cortex26(3), 1096-1107. [pdf]

Romanska, A., Rezlescu, C., Susilo, T., Duchaine, B., & Banissy, M. J. (2015). High frequency transcranial random noise stimulation enhances perception of facial identity. Cerebral Cortex25(11), 4334-4340. [pdf]

Susilo, T., Wright, V., Tree, J. J., & Duchaine, B. (2015). Acquired prosopagnosia without word recognition deficits. Cognitive Neuropsychology32(6), 321-339. [pdf]

Susilo, T., Yang, H., Potter, Z., Robbins, R., & Duchaine, B. (2015). Normal body perception despite the loss of right fusiform gyrus. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience27(3), 614-622. [pdf]

Rezlescu, C.*, & Susilo, T.* (2014). What can the Thatcher illusion tell us about face processing in the brain? Commentary on Psalta, Young, Thompson, and Andrews (2014). Frontiers in Human Neuroscience8, 289. (* = equal contributions) [pdf]

Rezlescu, C.*, Susilo, T.*, Barton, J. J. S., & Duchaine, B. (2014). Normal social evaluations of faces in acquired prosopagnosia. Cortex50, 200-203. (* = joint first authors) [pdf]

Susilo, T. & Duchaine, B. (2013). Dissociations between faces and words: comment on Behrmann and Plaut. Trends in Cognitive Sciences17(11), 545. [pdf]

Susilo, T., Rezlescu, C., & Duchaine, B. (2013). The composite effect for inverted faces is reliable at large sample sizes and requires the basic face configuration. Journal of Vision13(13), 14. [pdf]

Susilo, T., Germine, L., & Duchaine, B. (2013). Face recognition ability matures late: Evidence from individual differences in young adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance39(5), 1212-1217. [pdf]

Susilo, T., Yovel, G., Barton, J. J. S., & Duchaine, B. (2013). Face perception is category- specific: Evidence from normal body perception in acquired prosopagnosia. Cognition129, 88-94. [pdf]

Susilo, T. & Duchaine, B. (2013). Advances in developmental prosopagnosia research. Current Opinion in Neurobiology23(3), 423-429. [pdf]

Dennett, H., McKone, E., Edwards, M., & Susilo, T. (2012). Face aftereffects predict individual differences in face recognition ability. Psychological Science23(11), 1279-1287. [pdf]

Susilo, T., McKone, E., Dennett, H., et al. (2011). Face recognition impairments despite normal holistic processing and face space coding: Evidence from a case of developmental prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology27(8), 636-664. [pdf]

Susilo, T., McKone, E., & Edwards, M. (2010). Solving the upside-down puzzle: Why do upright and inverted face aftereffects look alike? Journal of Vision10(13),1. [pdf]

Susilo, T., McKone, E., & Edwards, M. (2010). What shape are the neural response functions underlying opponent coding in face space? A psychophysical investigation. Vision Research50, 300-314. [pdf]

Susilo, T., Crookes, K., McKone, E., & Turner, H. (2009). The composite task reveals stronger holistic processing in children than adults for child faces. PLoS ONE4(7), e6460. [pdf]

Leigh, A.* & Susilo, T.* (2009). Is voting skin-deep? Estimating the effect of candidate ballot photographs on election outcomes. Journal of Economic Psychology30, 61-70. (* = equal contributions) [pdf]